Because I've had several ask the same two questions...I thought I would just write it down for all to see and share as needed. Those two questions? How is the camping at Disney? Did you feel safe? Fantastic and yes. The end. Oh fine. Did we feel safe? Yes, yes, yes. Almost annoyingly so. Because … Continue reading My Disney Review, Covid Times
Referring back to a topic I’ve touched on before… meh!…those hateful moments of parenting when you realize a milestone has slipped by you, though you never asked for it. I didn’t know – a common start to the statement applied to the disappearance of a piece of the parenting pie. I didn’t know it would … Continue reading I Didn’t Know
This is going to be one of those day-by-day blogs, started early as I felt 100% positive that this jaunt would be worth documenting - and if not, well, just scroll quickly. As you know from previous posts, we've had this genius Barlow Break planned for months - leaving Friday, February 19th and returning two … Continue reading It’s not the journey…
There's still time to get it right, right? I mean, we're closing in on a year since our world was completely upended - no big deal that just about eleven months in, we're still having hiccups here and there, right? We've still got time to pull it together and really start nailing this whole pandemic … Continue reading We’ll get it right, eventually.
My husband just did his favorite thing - even more of his favorite because it involved my usual post vacation funk. And by funk, I mean, after months and months of planning vacations, I tend to come home and have a meltdown. I pretend I'm not going to. I try not to. I tell myself … Continue reading Reentry
Vacation part deux...and I'm going to go a bit rogue (one) on the order of events. Our last day was actually spent at Animal Kingdom and, I have to say, it was amazing. I had no idea. I really thought the gang would pooh-pooh it and we'd end up back at Port Orleans three seconds … Continue reading Kay Eee Why
Each February, we take a family vacation smack in the middle of the school year. Hanover County Public Schools love us. Each year, we’re told that ‘next year, the kids will get dinged for this.’ Evidently cruises don’t count as excused absences, despite educational visits to Mayan Ruins, explorations of caves, tours of retired military … Continue reading Emm Eye See